August 11 In Blogs: Scott Bundgaard, Biggest Loser, Bryan Lightningrod, Cibo, and a 105mm Howitzer

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Today's entries:

Feathered Bastard: Russell Pearce, Scott Bundgaard Score Meaningless "Friend of the Family Awards"

Jackalope Ranch: "Biggest Loser" Hosts Casting Call in Phoenix

Phoenix Fashion Week Moves to Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale

Up on the Sun: Bryan Lightningrod: Officially the Creepiest Musician in the Valley

A Plea For Phoenix Music Fans Concerning the Crescent Ballroom

Chow Bella: Empanadas Flor de Calabaza from Oaxaca Restaurant

Nutella and Strawberry Crepe from Cibo

Valley Fever: 105mm Howitzer Seized by Feds From Globe Company, "Damage, LLC," in Forfeiture Proceeding; Former Gila County Deputy a Partner

Suspects Force Robbery Victim to Push SUV to Gas Station (With Car) as Girlfriend Taken Hostage; Three Punks Robbed Nine at Gunpoint

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